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John Phillips (photographer)
... John Phillips (November 13, 1914, Bouïra, Algeria – August 22, 1996, Manhattan, New York City) was a photographer for Life magazine from the 1930s to the 1950s who was known for his war photographs ... French by birth, John Phillips was born in Algeria, to a Welsh emigre father and an American mother ... days before he disappeared, gave Phillips a manuscript, "Letter to an American " which Phillips eventually donated to France ...
1967 In Music - Top American Hits On Record
... John Phillips "Standing in the Shadows of Love" – Four Tops w.m ... John Sebastian "Tell It to the Rain – The Four Seasons w.m ... John D ...
John Phillips (John, The Wolf King Of L.A.)
... John Phillips (John, the Wolf King of L.A.) is the first solo recording by the Mamas the Papas leader John Phillips ... All songs were Phillips originals, dealing mostly with recent events in Phillips' life, including references to his new girlfriend Geneviève Waïte and longtime friend Ann Marshall ("April Anne") ... As Phillips was the backing singer in the Mamas and the Papas, with the other three serving as lead singers, the album mix tends to de-emphasize his lead vocals ...
Abbot Hall (Phillips Exeter Academy) - History - Origins
... Phillips Exeter Academy was established in 1781 by the merchant, banker, and public servant Dr ... John Phillips, of the prominent Phillips family, and his wife Elizabeth ... Phillips had made his fortune as a merchant and banker before going into public service, and played a key role in financially supporting his nephew Samuel Phillips found and write the charter for his own ...
John Phillips - John Philips
... John Philips (1676–1709), British poet John Finis Philips (1834–1919), U.S ... Representative from Missouri John phillips (born 1981) plant city, live in winter haven ...

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    What the Puritans gave the world was not thought, but action.
    —Wendell Phillips (1811–1884)

    For beauties from worth arise
    Are like the grace of deities,
    —Sir John Suckling (1609–1642)